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zero
luce e movimento / light and mouvement - collection in progress

WAS IST DAS ALLES, BILD, FARBE, LICHT, VIBRATION, REINE ENERGIE?

LEBEN. LEBEN IN FREIHEIT'

otto piene

'LE ROLE DE L'ARTISTE N'EST PLUS DE CREER UN OEUVRE, MAIS DE CREER LA CREATION'

nicolas schöffer

'THE ONLY STABLE THING IS MOTION'

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vasarely

001. Vasarely.

Le Mouvement. (Le Manifeste Jaune)

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1955.

Yellow poster folded in four (49,6 x 32,7 cm un folded) printing the following texts in French by Hulten "Mouvement - Temps ou les quatre dimensions de la Plastique Cinetique" and "Petit Memento des Arts Cinétiques" + a text by  Roger Bordier "Cinéma" and "L'Oeuvre Transformable" + what has become know as the Manifest Jaune: "Notes pour un Manifeste" by Vasarely. Near mint.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from april 6 – april 30, 1955. Agam, Bury, Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Jacobsen, Soto, Tinguely and Vasarely.

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breer

breer

002. Breer, Robert.

Image par Images.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1955.

Flip book ( 12,5 x 9,2 cm) approximately 180 pages, printed on one side. Specially made the kinetic art exhibition by Galerie Denise René "Le Mouvement" (April, 1955), A very fine example of this rare publication.

   

- First edition.

"In the mid Fifties, a young American in Paris made the move from abstract painting to producing animated films, flipbooks and mutoscopes. Robert Breer orbited around the Galerie Denise Rene, and even had the opportunity to invite Marcel Duchamp for a studio visit. "Very nice, but don't you think they're a bit too fast?" was his first reaction when Breer showed him his early films... The most explosive one of them (Recreation, 1956) was aimed at the least possible feeling of continuity, presenting with nearly each frame an entirely different image. Prior to this meeting, both artists were included in Le Mouvement, the notorious show that in April 1955 claimed kinetic art as a collective movement and launched the careers of Victor Vasarely, Jesus Rafael Soto, Pol Bury and others. Alexander Calder and Duchamp were included to ground the show in the historical avant-garde. In hindsight, the importance of this configuration of artists proved to be a key moment for conceptually expanding the presentation of the animated image and its expansion into the gallery space. Breer was contributing rather discretely with 'just' a flipbook. Yet historically this Image par Images is arguably the first folioscope to be commissioned by a gallery as a valid medium for contemporary art, elevating a century old optical toy into the realm of modernity. From then on Breer continued throughout his career to alternate between filmmaking and constructing kinetic objects and sculptures, without any hierarchical distinction.

The discussion on the definition of kinetic art (at the time still referred to as dynamism by Denise Renéxiv) still resonates. How to deal with art that needs to be put in motion by the visitor? Is the mobility of the visitor in the gallery also part of the kinetic aesthetic? Do the mechanics of kinetic art also comprise cinema? Or vice versa: can cinema, including animation, be considered as a substrand of motorized, kinetic art? In 1955 a yellow handout was released at the occasion of Le Mouvement, but behind this collective stance – positing that color, light, movement, and time would form the foundation for the future development of kinetic art – there was a multitude of rivaling notions, even among the main organizers of the show (Vasarely, Hulten, René). Roger Bordier, the author of the so-called 'Yellow Manifesto' (Manifeste Jaune 1955), even suggested to put theater, dance and Baroque light shows in the category of kinetic art. (Bordier 2010, 9)"

from: Edwin Carels: Spaces of Wonder: Animation and Museology. Published in: .Suzanne Buchan(edtor). Pervasive animation. New York: Routledge, 2013. pages 292-316.

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schoffer

003. Schöffer, Nicolas.

Le spatiodynamisme.

Boulogne s/Seine: Editions "AA", (1955).

Thin octavo, un paginated (28 pages) 8 pages in an interesting layout, using differnt sizes of type and images to illustrate the concept of 'spatiodynamisme'. Ilustrated front wrapper.

   

- First edition and first book, inspired by the 'texte de la conférence faite le 19 juin 1954 a l'amphithéatre TURGOT, a la SORBONNE, sur l'initiative de la "Societé Francaise de'Esthétique". The text of this lecture that was first published in 'Art d'Aujourdhui' june 1954.

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vasarely

004. Vasarely - Michel Seuphor (text)

Vasarely.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1955.

Small quarto, un paginated (24 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition November – December, 1955. Includes text by Vasarely: ‘De l’invention a la re-creation.’.

euro 160

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hessenhuis
 

005. Cammewaert, Marc (curator)

motion in vision

Antwerp: Hessenhuis, 1959.

Small square quarto, un paginated, 38 pages printed on different stock, one plate silvercolored front wrapper + typographic half-wrapper. Designed by Van Hoeydonck. Light foxing towards the spine and bottom of paper half-cover, otherwise a near fine copy of this rare catalogue.

Summary: H. Mack: a sheet of silver colored paper (front cover) + 2 plates in black and white + text "The Dynamic Structure of Colour and Light" (in German, French + E nglish; Intoduction in Dutch and French by Marc Cammewaert; 2 interventions on paper by Pol Bury (one cross shaped cut + on the other page several horizontal cuts); a text 'Idees Fixes' by Andre Balthazar; text by Otto Piene: 'Was ist ein Bild ?' (in German, French, English) + 1 pasted in reproduction "reines Licht"; a 4 page contribution by Dieter Rot: "Carré dépliable" (Unfoldable Square), originally published in #2 of the Spoerri's artist magazine "Material"; a 3 page fold-out by Emmet Williams: "Progression", to be published in the forthcoming issue #3 of "Material"; one page text by Tinguely "Für Statik" (1959). a one page contribution P. Van Hoeydonck (vertical lines in a faint yellow) + a text in Dutch and French by Maurits Blicke about P. Van Hoeydonck + a loosley laid in page with the text 'Double Vue' a Bury et a van Hoeydonck, by Jean Seaux.

   

- First edition. Exhibition organized by Pol Bury, Paul van Hoeydonck, Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri at Hessenhuis in Antwerpen, Belgium, March 21 - May 3, 1959, giving for the first time an international audience to Group Zero. Participating artists: Breer, Bury, Klein, Mack, Mari, Munari, Necker, Pine, Rot, Soto, Spoerri, Tinguely, Van Hoeydonck.

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vasarely

006. Vasarely, Victor.

Tableaux cinétiques.

Paris :Galerie Denise René, 1959.

Quarto, un paginated, 20 pages, 4 plates + portrait of Vasarely printed on thick green stock + text illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Very nicely produced catalogue.

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spoerri
 

007. Spoerri, Daniel.

Edition Mat. Multiplication d’œuvres d’art.

Paris: (Edition Mat), 1959

Large oblong ( 16 x 51 cm), 18 pages, illustrated throughout. Black wrappers,Stapled.The catalogueis folded (soft fold) once.

   

- First edition. Offered for sale here works by Jacoov Agam, Pol Bury, Marcel Duchamp, Bruno Munari, Dieter Roth, Raphaël-Jésus Soto, Jean Tinguely + Victor Vasarely.

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kinet zurich

008. Fischli, Hans – Willy Rotzler (texts)

Kinetische Kunst.

Zürich: Kunstgewerbemuseum der Stadt, 1960.

Wegleitung 233. Oblong quarto, un paginated (64 pages), illustrated throughout. Printed red wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition May – June, 1960. Summary: Kinetische Kunst – Alexander Calder Mobiles und Stabiles aus den letzten Jahren – Edition MAT, Kunstwerke die sich bewegen oder bewegen lassen. Jacoov Agam, Josef Albers, Pol Bury, Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Bo Ek, Karl Gerstner, Heinz Mack, Enzo Mari, Frank Malina, Bruno Munari, Man Ray, Diter Rot,  Raphael-Jesus Soto, Jean Tinguely and Victo Vasarely.

'The expression "kinetic art" in this modern form first appeared at the Museum für Gestaltung of Zürich in 1960, and found its major developments in the 1960s.In most European countries, it generally included the form of optical art that mainly makes use of optical illusions, such as op art, represented by Bridget Riley, as well as art based on movement represented by Yacov Agam, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Jesús Rafael Soto, Gregorio Vardanega, or Nicolas Schöffer. From 1961 to 1968, GRAV (Groupe de Recherche d’Art Visuel) founded by François Morellet, Julio Le Parc, Francisco Sobrino, Horacio Garcia Rossi, Yvaral, Joël Stein and Vera Molnár was a collective group of opto-kinetic artists. According to its 1963 manifesto, GRAV appealed to the direct participation of the public with an influence on its behavior, notably through the use of interactive labyrinths. (wikipedia !)

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schoffer

009. Schöffer, Nicolas - Jean Cassou - Guy Habasque.

Schöffer.

London: Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1960.

Small quarto, 4 pages, 10 illustrationsIllustrated wrappers with fold-out flaps.

   

- First edition. Catalogue of an exhibition (July 7 - july 30, 1960) organized in cooperation with the Galerie Denise René. Very nicely designed catalogue.

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constant
 

010. Constant.

Constant - Amsterdam.

Bochum: Städtische Kunstgalerie, 1961.

Square quarto, un paginated (70 pages), 60 illustrations. Black illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition March 4 - April 9, 1961.

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rorelse

011. Hultén, K.G. - Carlo Derkert - Daniel Spoerri, Billy Klüver.

Rörelse I Konsten. (Movement in art)

Stockholm: Moderna Museet, 1961.

Elongated catalogue (57 x 11 cm), 25 pages + a 5 page list of exhibited works, + 14 page leporello attached to the inside of rear page (with historical survey by K.G. Hultén). Stiff illustrated wrappers. Fine.

   

- First Swedisch edition of this catalogue of a memorable exhibition that opened at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and was then shown at Moderna Museet from may 17 september 3, 1961 and later in Louisiana, near Copenhagen. With short illustrated biographies of Yaacov Agam, Joseph Albers, Roy Ascott, Hans Bellmer, Harry Bertoia, Andre Bloc, George Brecht, Robert Breer, John Bursside III, Pol Bury, Alexander Calder, Milton Cohen, William Copley, Siegfried Cremer, Carlo Cruz Diez, Narciso Debourg, Marcel Duchamp, Charles Eames, Viking Eggeling, Naum Gabo, Herbert Gesner, Al- berto Giacometti, Rube Goldberg, Philipe Hiquily, Robert Jacobsen, Einar Höste, Jasper Johns, Georg Jung, Allan Kaprow, Yasuhide Kobashi, Gyula Kosice, Harry Kramer, Alfred Leslie, Walter Linck, El Lissitzky, Bernhard Luginbühl, Len Lye, Heinz Mack, Frank Malina, Enzo Mari, Frank J.Malina, Kenneth Martin, Gustav Metzger, Ira Moldow, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Ira Moldow, Richard Mortensen, Robert Müller, Bruno Munari, Jack Nelson, Erich H. Olson, Victor Pasmore, Peyrissac, Otto Piene, John R. Pierce, Arden Quin, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Hans Richter, George Ricky, Jose de Rivera, Diter Rot, Niki de Saint Phalle, Oscar Schlemmer, Nicolas Schöffer, Jesus Raphael Soto, Richard Stankiewicz, Sophie Taeuber Arp, Shinkichi Tajiri, Takis, Vladimir Tatlin, Jean Tinguely, Luis Tomasello, Per Olof Ultvedt, Isabelle Waldberg, Stan Vanderbeek, Georges Vantongerloo, Victor de Vasarely, Robert Watts, Mary Vieira, and Thomas Wilfred.

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vasarely

012. Vasarely, Victor.

Vasarely.

London: Hanover Gallery, 1961.

Small quarto, un aginated (32 pages), 21 illustrations in black and white + loosely inserted an original silk screen print in white on acetate. Black wrappers + illustrated dust wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition took place from october 25 - november 25, 1961.

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vasarely

013. Vasarely, Victor.

Victor Vasarely.

New York: World House Galleries, 1962.

Small quarto, 20 pages, 8 illustrations, red and yellow interleaves. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from nov. 21 - jan. 6, 1962 Text by M.L. D'Otrange Mastai. (reprint from APOLO magazine)

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arte programmata

014. Munari, Bruno - Giorgio Soavi. (cur.) – Umberto Eco (text)

Arte programmata. Arte cinetica. Opere moltiplicate. Opera aperta.

Text in Italian, French and English. Milano: Società Olivetti, 1962.

Small square quarto, un paginated (32 pages), numerous illustrations in black and white. Illustrated wrappers. Tiny spot at left bottom of front wrapper, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition may 1962. Artists represented: Giovanni Anceschi, Davide Boriani, Gianni Colombo, Gabriele Devecchi, Enzo Mari, Bruno Munari, Gruppo N, Grazia Varisco.

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rickey

015. Rickey, George - Henry R, Hope.

Kinetische Skulpturen. 

Text in German and English. Berlin: Galerie Springer, 1962.

Octavo, un paginated, (12 pages), 9 illustrations in black and white. Printed wrappers.

   

- First edition of this catalogue of an exhibition held from july 2 - august 6, 1962.

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kricke

016. Kricke, Norbert.

Norbert Kricke.

Text by Paul Wember. Krefeld: Kaiser Wilhelm Museum, 1962.

Quarto, un paginated, (16 pages) 20 photographic illustrations + one plate. Illustrated wrappers. Wrappers designed by Kricke.

   

- First edition. A wonderful copy of a remarkably designed catalogue (with narrow vertical cut outs on front and rear wrapper. Exhibition in the Musseum Haus Lange from october 14 – december 16, 1962. Kricke was one of the most important artists in the group known as L’Art Informel, and had close links with ZERO and Nouveau Réalisme. From 1959 he worked with Yves Klein and Werner Ruhnau.

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schoffer

schoffer

017. Schöffer, Nicolas.

Nicolas Schöffer. Space. Light. Time / Spatiodynamism. Luminodynamism. Chronodynamism.

Introduction Jean Cassou. Texts by Guy Habasque and Jacques Ménétrier. Text in English. Neuchatel: Editions du Griffon, 1963.

Quarto, 149 pages printed on glossy stock, while some text pages have been printed on vellum and some silk screened overlays on transparent acetate, 216 photographic illustrations some of which in color. Printed grey cloth. Illustrated dust wrappers. In pocket pasted into the inside of the rear cover a vinyl disc with the performance "Spatiodynamisme", recorded by Pierre Henry in 1954 in Nicolas Schöffer's studio. Book design by Albert Plécy, realized by Jean Abegg. All together in original publisher's card box (33 x 26,5 x 2,5 cm) Mint.

   

- First edition. One of 150 numbered copies with a loosely laid in silkscreen print in white and grey, printed on black stock, signed and numbered by Nicolas Schöffer + one of 150 original serial reliefs in plexiglass (being a rectangular base - 29 x 22,5 cm - with two mounted circular forms - ∅ 13 cm - made of transparent plastic mounted on top of each other, while each form has four circular holes). The relief is signed, numbered and dated on the rear (scratched). In original publisher's brown colored card board box (31,5 x 26,5 x 8 cm). Photographs by Robert Doisneau, Robert Descharnes and others.

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schoffer

018. Schöffer, Nicolas - Faré, Michel - Hebasque, Guy.

Nicolas Schöffer.

Paris: Musée des Arts Décoratifs, 1963.

Tall quarto, 16 pages, 1 color plate + 1 in black and white + 20 small illustrations. Illustrated wrappers. illustrated throughout.

   

- First edition. Catalogue of the exhibition held in the 'Musée des Arts Décoratifs' november/december 1963. Exhibition organised in cooperation with Galerie Denise Rene and Philips. Text and illustrations for this catalogue are taken from 'Nicolas Schöffer. Space. Light. Time / Spatiodynamism. Luminodynamism. Chronodynamism.' presented during the exhibition.

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vasarely

019. Vasarely, Victor - Barbara Mundt.

Victor Vasarely.

Düsseldorf: Kunstverein fur die Rheinland und Westfalen/Kunsthalle Grabbeplatz, 1964.

Quarto, un paginated (62 pages), 4 illustrations + 18 plates (4 in color) printed on glossy stock. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from february 18 - march 15, 1964.

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vasarely

020. Vasarely, Schoener, Allan T. - Sam Hunter (texts)

Vasarely.

New York: The Pace Gallery, 1964.

Small quarto, un paginated (12pages printed on different colored stock, 8 illustrations + in the center a yellow portfolio containing a silk screen print on paper and one on transparent acetate. Black wrappers + illustrated dust wrappers. In original publishers envelope. Mint.

   

- First edition. Exhibition March 31-April 18, 1964.

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seven
 

021.

Seven '64.

London: McRoberts & Tunnard Gallery, 1964.

Oblong  quarto size leporello printed on heavy stock, 16 pages, 6 black and white + 1 color illustrations. Slightly soiled front cover.

   

- First edition. Invitation card October 8th 1964. Exhited works by Richard Allen, Frederick Carver, Gordon Hart, Michael Kidner, Bridget Riley, Peter Sedgely and Jeffrey Steele.

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mouvement

022. Cruz-Diez (maquette) Jean Cassou (text)

Mouvement 2.

Paris: Galerie Denise, 1965.

Square quarto (23x23) with rounded corners (unfolded) - unfolded a poster with 12 segments, printed and illustrated on both sides. Front and rear cover printed in green and red.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from 15 december 1964 - february 28 1965. participating artists: jacob agam, joseph albers, anuszkiewicz, ernst benkert, martha botho, aleander calder, sergio camargo, lydia clark, tony costa, cruz-diez, hugo demarco, equipo 57, lilian florsheim, gunther fruhtrunk, horacio garcia-rossi, charles gerstner, alviani getulio, gerhard von graevenitz, lily greenham, francis r hewitt, harry kramer, bernard lassus, julio le parc, richard lohse, heinz mack, enzo mari, edwin mieczkowski, francois morellet, richard mortensen, giara novak, eric olson, abraham palatnik, yvan picelj, uli pohl, keith potts, george rickey, nicolas schofer, michel seuphor, francisco sobrino, ed sommer, jesu raphaël soto, joel stein, paul talman, jean tinguely, luis tomasello, gunther uecker, yvaral, gregorio vardanega, victor vasarely, antonio virduzzo, walter zehringer

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a+m

023. Popper, Frank, Guy Brett (texts) Sir John Rothenstein (introduction)

Art and Movement. An International Exhibition.

Edinburgh; Arts Council of Great Britain Scottish Committee, 1965.

Narrow quarto, 12 pages, 2 plates. Silver colored wrappers with circular motifs + silk screened plastic pouch with similar circular motif. Design Albert Brebner.

   

- First edition. Exhibition: Diploma Galleries, Royal Scottish Academy, 6-28 February 1965. Works exhibited by: Yaacov Agam, Roy Ascot, Antonio Asis, Pol Bury, Alexander Calder, Sergio de Camargo, Lygia Clark, Cruz-Diez, Lucio Fontana, Naum Gabo, Alberto Guzman, Gyula Kosice, Harry Kramer, Julio le Parc, Liliane Lijn, Frank J. Malina,Kenneth Martin, David Medalia, Marta Pan, Otto Piene, Keith Potts, Marcello Salvadori, J.R. Soto, Takis + Vasarely.

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kinetik

024. Cladders , Johannes (introduction)

Kinetik und Objekte.

Stuttgart: Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, 1965.

Thin quarto, 24 pages of which the text pages have been printeded on brown kraft paper, 21 illustrations on glossy stock. Black illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Published on the occasion of an exhibition held in the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart 21. Februar - 21. März 1965 + Badischer Kunstverein Karlsruhe 11. April - 16. Mai 1965, presenting works by Josef Beuys, Wilhelm Cassel, Caesar, Siegfried Cremer, Karl Gerstner, Raoul Hausmann, Heinz Mack, Christian Megert, Günther Uecker, and others.

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kramer

025. Kramer, Harry - Umbro Apollonio - Gunther Metken (texts)

Harry Kramer.

Munchen: Galerie Thomas, 1965.

Quarto, 20 pages, 4 plates on white stock, while the text is printed on colored stock. Stiff stapled wrappers. Small dent towards top of front wrappe former owner's stamp, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition of this very nicely produced catalogue.

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ac trieste

026. Budigna, Luciano - Gillo Dorfles - Garibaldo Marussi (texts)

Arte Cinetica

Trieste: Azienda Autonoma di Soggiorno e Turismo di Trieste, 1965.

Small quarto, un paginated (40 pages), 13 plates. Printed wrappers. Light foxing to inside of wrappers, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition in Palazzo Costanzi, Trieste during july - august, 1965. Texts by Luciano Budigna ("Una divagazione a proposito dell'arte cinetica"), Gillo Dorfles ("Significato dell'arte cinetica") + Garibaldo Marussi ("L'arte programmata in Italia"). Includes works by Getulio Alviani, Giovanni Anceschi, Alberto Biasi, Davide Boriani, Gianni Colombo, Toni Costa, Gabriele De Vecchi, Dada Maino, Enzo Mari, Manfredo Massironi, Gruppo Mid, Bruno Munar + Grazia Varisco.


   
bern

027.

Licht und Bewegung / Lumiere et Mouvement / Luce e Movimento / Light and Movement / Kinetische Kunst.

Bern: Kunsthalle Bern, 1965.

Small quarto, 52 pages + 24 publicity pages in the rear, 12 pages with illustrations. Printed wrappers. Light soiling to left top of front wrapper.

   

- First edition. Exhibition july 3 - september 5, 1965. includes works by Agam, Martha Boto, Bury, Calder, Lygia Clark, Cremer, Cruz-Diez, Demarco, Duchamp, Equipo 57, Goepfert, GRAV, Gruppo N, Gruppo T, Haacke, Kowalski, Kramer, Lacey, Leblanc, Lick, Mack, Malina, Mari, Megert, Munari, Olson, Palatnik, Piene, Ratz, Ray, Rickey, Salvadori, Schoffer, Soto, Takis, Talman, van Thiemen, Tinguely, Uecker, Vardanega, Vasarely, Maria Vieira, de Vries, Weber + Freres Brachet.

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jones

028. Jones, Howard Coe, Ralph T. (text)

Light Paintings.

Missouri:  Nelson Gallery – Atkins Museum, 1965.

Thin square quarto, 14 pages,  illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition october 14 - november 7, 1965.

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cruz diez

029. Cruz-Diez, Carlos – Frank Popper (text)

Physichromies de Cruz-Diez. Oeuvres de 1954 à 1965.

Paris: Galerie Kerchache, 1965.

Small square duodecimo, 24 pages, frontispiece + 22 illustrations in black and white. Illustrated colored wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition october-november 1965. Catalogue for the first personal exhibition by Cruz-Diez in Paris.

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alviani

030. Alviani, Getulio.

Getulio Alviani.

Milano: Galleria del Naviglio, 1965. 435a mostra.

Small quarto, un paginated (4 pages), 3 plates. Printed silver colored wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from 1 – 19 december 1965. With 2 page text by Alviani + short biography.

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takis

031. Takis - Jean Clay (text)

Takis

Paris: Alexander Jolas Gallery, 1966.

Small quarto, 24 pages, fronsipiece portrait of the artist, 8 plates + 2 text illustrations. Stiff printed wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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tomaselli

032. Tomasello, Luis - Belloli, Carlo (text)

Tomasello. Atmospheres mobiles chromoplastiques de..
 
Paris: Denise Rene, 1966.

Small square quarto, (24 pages), more then 20 illustrations. White printed wrappers. Front wrapper with partially cut out losange. Wrappers slightly soiled.

   

- First edition. Exhibition November 18 1965 – January 15, 1966. Loosely laid in one page with list of exhibited works.

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vasarely

033. Vasarely, Victor.

Vasarely. An Exhibition of recent Paintings.

New York: Sidney Janis Gallery, 1966.

Quarto, un paginated (gold printed title page + double front and back endpapers + 18 pages), illustrated  inblack and white and in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition january 5 - february 5, 1966.

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lichtundbewegung

034. Hering, Karl Heinz - Frank Popper (intr.)

Licht und Bewegung. Kinetische Kunst.

Düsseldorf: Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, 1966.

Quarto, un paginated (64 pages), numerous illustrations printed on glossy stock. stiff wrappers. Front wrapper with fragment of Mack's 'Lichtfächer eines Engels'.

   

- First edition. Participating artists: Agam, Albrecht, Anceschi, Asis, Baschet, Boehm, Boriani, Boto, Van Den Bundt, Bury, Calder, Clark, Colombo, Cremer, Cruxent, Cruz-Diez, Demarco, Duchamp, Equipo 57, Garcia-Rossi, Goepfert, Graevenitz, Haake, Kowalski, Kramer, Lacey, Leblanc, Levinson, Linck, Mack, Malina, Mari, Megert, Munari, Olson, Palatnik, Le Parc, Piene, Man Ray, Reindel, Rickey, Schoffer, Sobrino, Soto, Takis, Talman, Von Thienen, Tinguely, Uecker, Vardanega, Varisco, Vasarely, De Vecchi, Vigo, Weber, Wilding, Yvaral, Zehringer, Grupo Zero 8mack, Piene, Uecker. With Chronologie der Kinetischen Kunst im 20 Jahrhunderts + biographical notes + bibliography. This copy signed by Pol Bury, next to the illustration of his sculpture 'Lutrin' (1962).

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le parc

035. Le Parc. Julio.

Le Parc. XXXIII° Biennale de Venise LE PARC représente la République Argentine

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1966.

Small square quarto, 26 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Includes text by GRAV (mai 1966) and biography.

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leveeque

036. Leveque, Jean-Jacques (text)

Galerie Denise René.

Paris: Cimaise,1966. Off-print form 'Cimaise" 13e annee no. 76 mai- juin-juillet, 1966.

Quarto, 12 pages, 34 illustrations, two of which in color. lllustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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kunstlichtkunst

037. Leering, Jean - Frank Popper (text)

KunstLichtKunst.

Text in Dutch and English, French.

Eindhoven: Stedelijk van Abbemuseum, 1966.

Quarto, 150 + 15 pages, 73 illustrations. Illustrated wrappers. Wrappers slightly chafed towards edges. Design Jan Van Toorn.

   

- First edition. Loosely laid in a 16 page, stapled insert with translations of texts that were used in the catalogue in the language of origin. Catalogue for exhibit held from september 25 - december 4, 1966 in the Stedelijk van Abbemuseum Eindhoven. Includes works by W. Baronoff-Rossiné, Man Ray, Moholy-Nagy, Th. Wilfred, Agam, Van De Bundt, Calos, Fontana, Healy, Kosice, Lassus, Malina, Munari, Palatnik, Schöffer, Sidenius, Takis, Albrecht, Antonakos, Apple, Berns, Boto, Chryssa, Cruxent, Darie, Demarco, Dobes, Flavin, Von Graevenitz, Indiana, Mari, Mcclanahan, Müller, Peeters, Rabkin, Raysse, Salvadori, Soya, Tadlock, Vardanega, Willats, Willenbecher, Gruppo Dvizdjenje, Equipo 57, Gruppo N 65, Grav, Gruppo Mid, Gruppo T, Gruppo Usco, Gruppo Zero.

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le parc

038. Le Parc, Julio.

Le Parc.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1966.

Narrow folio, 12 pages + one 4 page fold out page, numerous illustrations in black and white. Thwo bound in pieces of silvercolored rhodoïd, one behind a circular cut out in the front wrapper + one in the rear in between two pages with black vertical lines, thus creating a kinetic effect. White wrappers with circular cut out in front wrapper. Near fine.

   

- First edition of the catalogue for Le Parc’s first personal exhibition in Paris.  Exhibition from november – decembre, 1966. Text by Frank Popper ("Le Parc et le problème de Groupe") + text by the GRAV (october 1966).

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agam

039. Agam, Yaacov.

Yaacov Agam.

New York: Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, 1966.

Texts by Haim Gamzu and Jasia Reichert. Square quarto, 52 pages, illustrated throughout, some of which in color (one large fold-out). Illustrated wrappers. Tiny abrasion to top of spine otherwise fine.

   

- First edition.

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schoffer tinguely

040. Tinguely, Jean – Schoffer, Nicolas.

2 Kinetic Sculptors. Nicolas Schoffer And Jean Tinguely

New York: Jewish Museum, 1966.

Quarto, un paginated, (66 page), colored frontispiece and numerous black and white illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Travelling exhibition from November 1965 - July 1966. Includes chronology + list of exhibited works.

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chryssa

041. Chryssa.

Chryssa.

New York: Pace, 1966.

Quarto, 10 pages, illustrated throughout, printed  + illustrated pink colored end papers. Original silk screen front cover.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from March 12 – April 6, 1966.

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schoffer

042. Schöffer, Nicolas.

Microtemps.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1966.

Quarto, un paginated, (24 pages), frontispiece portrait of the artist, illustrated in black and white and in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition april-may 1966. Loosely laid in list of exhibited works.

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tinguely

043. Tinguely, Jean – Ammann, Jean Cristophe (text)

Jean Tinguely.

Zürich: Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, 1966.

Small quarto, un paginated, (20 pages) 6 illustrations. Printed wrappers. Printed crystal paper protective wrappers. Tiny corner missing at bottom right of crystal paper wrappers + slightly discolored, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition October 1 - November 12, 1966.

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bury

044. Bury Pol.

Milano. Cinétizzazioni.

Venezia: Edizione Del Cavallino, 1967.

Small octavo, leporello with 18 pages, 12 photographic illustrations. Printed cloth, complete with original black wrap around band.

   

- First edition. One of 400 numbered and signed copies. Bury's famous photographic deformations, in this case rephotographed postcards of the city of Milano.

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alviani

045. Alviani, Getulio.

Programmazioni plastiche.

Venezia: Edizioni del Cavallino, 1967.

Small octavo, leporello with 18 pages printed on heavy glossy stock, 10 plates in black and white + 1 double page color illustration. Printed cloth, complete with transparent wrap around band.

     

- First edition. One of 200 numbered and signed copies.

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sigma

046. Abraham A. Moles - F. Barrè (cur.)

Le Multiple. Design - Graphisme - Editions Multiples - Structures Polycycliques.

Bordeaux: Sigma 3, 1967.

Small oblong, un paginated (112 pages), illustrated throughout + loosely laid in a silk screened transparent logo for the third sigma festival. Silver colored wrappers.

     

- First edition of this catalogue published on the occasion of the third Sigma festival. The catalogue is divided in the following sections: le multiple; editions multiples - denise rene, claude givaudan, deposito, jeremy frey; design graphisme. Illustrated are works by Vasarely, Julio Le Parc, Jesus-Raphael Soto, Nicolas Schöfffer, Serge Demarco, Yvaral, Francois Morellet. Furthermore illustrations of work by Eugenio Carmi Joe, C Colombo, Enzo Mari, Magiarotti etc...

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soto

047. Soto, Jésus Raphael - Jean Clay (text)

Soto.

Paris: Galerie Denise Rene, 1967.

Square quarto, un paginated (32 pages), numerous illustrations, 4 of which in color. The front cover of this catalogue consists in the center of 23 separated strips on which Soto's name is printed.

     

- First edition of this delicate and beautifully produced catalogue, published on the occasion of an exhibition that took place in mai/june, 1967.

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ariete
 

048. Dorfles, Gillo (text) - Giulio Gonfalonieri (design)

Luce movimento in Europa.

Milano: Galleria dell'Ariete, (1967). "Catalogo", n. 133 - november.

Small quarto size wrappers containg a 12 page leporellowith die cut letters 'Luce Movimento.Printed wrappers.

     

- First edition. Exhibited works by Calos, Demarco, Duarte, Durante, Garcia Rossi, Schoffer, Vardanega, Boto, Tomasello, Yvaral, Sobrino, Stein, Morellet, Le Parc, Piene, Manuelli, Mari, Marotta, Biasi, Gerstner, Von Graevenitz, Fontana, Munari, Varisco, Boriani, De Vecchi, Colombo, Mack e Vigo.

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light and

049. Shulman, Leon.

Light and Motion. Exhibition and Catalogue.

Worcester: Worcester Art Museum, 1967.

Small quarto, un paginated (44 pages), 24 illustrations of which 2 double page. Black wrappers with circular holes in front wrapper behind which a colored 'vari-vue' plate is attached. Very fine.

   

- First edition of this catalogue of an exhibition held at the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester Massachusetts, 9 November 1967-2 January 1968. Contributing artists: Stephen Antonakos, Davide Boriani, Chryssa, Gianni Colombo, John Henley, Richard Hogle, Howard Jones, Julio Le Parc, Heinz Mack, Boyd Mefferd, Bruno Munari, Peter Myer, Abraham Palatnik, Otto Piene, Martial Raysse, Earl Reyback, Thomas Tadlock, Takis, Gunther Uecker, John van Saun, Gregorio Vardanega and Thomas Wilfred. With special thanks to Willoughby Sharp: 'who offered much of his time and knowledge in the preparation of this exhibit.'

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castellani
 

050. Castellani, Enrico.

Enrico Castellani.

Milano: Achille Mauri Editore, 1968.

Large square box (31x 31, 5 x 2,3 cm) containing a multiple (estroflessione in pvc 30x30 cm) + the accompanying book "Enrico Castellani Pittore". The book also 30 x 30 cm, 40 pages, illustrated with black and white and color photographs by Giorgio Colombo, Ugo Mulas + Uliano Lucas and a text by Vincenzo Agnetti. Multiple and book in original transparent plastic packaging.

   

- First edition. One of 1000 copies.

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art cinetique

051. Popper, Frank.

Art cinétique et espace.

Le Havre: Nouveau Musée / Maison de la Culture, 1968.

Illustrated silvercolored and illustrated portfolio (15 x 10,5 cm) containing a 6 page booklet with text by Frank Popper, one card with text by Bernard Mounier; a list of the 29 exhibited works + 21 illustrated cards of exhibited works with on the rear a short biography and statement by the artist. Portfolio with illustration by Vasarely. Fragile portfolio with some use to the silvercolor surface but still very good-fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibit took place from january 27 until march 11, 1968 including works by the following artists: Agam, Boto, Bury, Calos, Cruz-Diez, Demarco, Duarte, Garcia-Rossi, Kowalski, Lassus, Le Parc, Lijn, Morellet, Schöffer, Sobrino, Soto, Stein, Takis, Vardanega, Vasarely, Yvaral.

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grav

052. GRAV

Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel: Garcia-Rossi/Le Parc/Morellet/Sobrino/Stein/Yvaral. Participation. À la recherche d'un nouveau spectateur.

Dortmund: Museum am Ostwall, 1968.

Quarto, 89 pages, tipped in reprodction of Morellet's Tiret's 0 90° (1960), illustrated throughout in black and white. Stiff wrappers with front cover illustration by Le Parc.

   

- First edition. 'Geschenkexemplar'. Exhibition from february 11 - march 31, 1968. Introduction by Eugen Thiemann + several 'manifestos' translated into German.

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schoffer

053. Schöffer, Nicolas - Karl Ruhrberg - Frank Popper (texts)

Nicolas Schöffer. Kinetische Plastik, Licht, Raum, Bewegung.

Düsseldorf: Städtische Kunsthalle, 1968.

Small quarto, 49 pages, 26 plates, 5 of which in color. Illustrated wrappers with flap in folds.

   

- First edition. Exhibition march 22 - may 12, 1968.

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demarco

054. Demarco, Hugo.

Dynamique de l'image.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1968.

Square quarto, un paginated (24 pages)numerous illustrations printed on glossy stock. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition april - mai, 1968.

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soto

055. Soto - Paul Wember, Jean Clay, Frank Popper, Guy Brett (texts), Szeemann Harald (cur.)

Soto.

Text in German and French. ern: Kunsthalle Bern, 1968.

Tabloid size catalogue (49,5 x 34 cm), un paginated (22 pages), illustrated throughout. Folded with light foxing to the outer pages, very good.

   

- First edition. Catalogue of exhibition held from may 21 - june 30, 1968.

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morandini

056. Morandini, Marcello - Umbro Apollonio - Tommaso Trini.

Morandini Marcello. Progetto per una mostra visiva uditiva olfattiva gustativa tattile - Project for a visual aural olfactive taste tactile show. Catalogo di arte contemporanea (n. 6) a cura di Tommaso Trini.

Genova: Galleria La Bertesca, 1968.

Small quarto, 94 pages, 13 plates, 5 fold-out pages, several pasted inserts among which 2 aluminum sheets, 1 'odor' sheet, 1 'touch' sheet + a 45 rpm vynil + 15 plates among which one in color illustration and one embossed (square + circle) page. White embossed wrappers.

   

- First edition. One of 2000 copies.

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de stilte

057. Oxenaar, Rudy – Pieter Brattinga (design)

De stilte van de beweging. (the silence of movement)

Otterlo: Kroller-Muller, 1968

Illustrated portfolio containing 21 sheets printed on one side. The silvercolored sheets with name and biographical information about the artists + the other sheets with one illustration and a list and description of the exhibited works. All together in slipcase with 9 horizontal die cut bars. One of the ‘bars”, torn on one side. Some light soiling to slipcase, otherwise fine.  

   

- First edition. Exhibited works by Luis R. Tomasello, Jesus Raphael Soto, Francisco Sobrino, George Rickey, Julio Le Parc, François Morellet, Heinz Mack, Sergio de Camargo, Gunther Uecker, Yvaral.

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castellani

058. Castellani, Enrico.

Superficie oro (68). Serie minimultipli.

Lugano: Edizioni Flaviana, 1968.

Tripartite transparent folder that contains a printed folded sheet with information about the multiples, published by the Edizion Flaviana + a multiple framed in a thin cardboard container. The multiple (21 x 17,5 cm) being a gold colored surface covered with a ‘treated / indented” thick plastic cover.

   

- First edition. One of 1000 copies.

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grav

059. GRAV

Groupe de Recherche d'Art Visuel: Garcia-Rossi/Le Parc/Morellet/Sobrino/Stein/Yvaral. Participation. À la recherche d'un nouveau spectateur.

Dortmund: Museum am Ostwall, 1968.

Quarto, 89 pages, tipped in reprodction of Morellet's Tiret's 0° 90° (1960), illustrated throughout in black and white. Stiff wrappers with front cover illustration by Le Parc.

   

- First edition. This edition is exactly identical to the Ostwall catalogue, except for the front cover illustration, a shorter introduction by Eugen Thiemann + different title and colophon page.

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brett

060. Brett, Guy

Kinetic Art. The language of movement.

London/New York: Studio-Vista/Reinhold Book Corporation, 1968.

Octavo, 96 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated stiff wrappers.

   

- First edition of this landmark publication on kinetic art.

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doty

061. Doty, Robert M. (curator)

Light: Object and Image.

New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1968.

Square octavo, un paginated (28 pages), 7 plates of which one in color. Orange colored end papers + illustrated wrappers. Light edge wear, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition held at the Whitney Museum of American Art from july 23 - september 29, 1968, and traveled further to museums in Rochester, Syracuse and Clinton. Bibliography by Neil L. Hart. Artists: Stephen Antonakos, Dan Flavin, Howard Jones, Stanley Landsman, Preston McClanahan, Boyd Mefferd, and USCO.

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cinetismo

062. Sharp, Willoughby (cur.) Mathias Goeritz (presentation)

Cinetismo : esculturas electrónicas en situaciones ambientales. Kineticism : systems sculpture in environmental situations
           
México : Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, 1968.

Text in Spanish and English. Quarto, 55 pages, illustrated throughout. Printed black wrappers.  

   

- First edition. Exhibition in ‘Museo universitario de ciencias y arte, Ciudad universitaria, july –august 1968. Artists: Agam, Brader, Fontana, Haacke, Le Parc, Levine, Lye, Mack, McClanahan, Medalla, Morris, Piene, Soto, Takis, Tinguely, Uecker, van Saun and Whitmna. Includes short biographies + lists of exhibitions.

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colombo

063. Colombo, Gianni.

Gianni Colombo.

Milano: Galleria Schwarz,1968.

Small quarto, un paginated (14 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers..

   

- First edition. Exhibition from october 3 - 31, 1968. Text by Umbro Apollonio

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mavignier

064. Mavignier, Almir - Wieland Schmied, Max Bense (texts)

Almir Mavignier.

Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1968.

Octavo, 119 pages. numerous illustrations of which 19 in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from october 9 - november 24, 1968. List of exhibitions and exhibtied works. Reproduced also in this catalogue numerous posters designed by Mavignier.

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sobrino

065. Sobrino, Francisco.

Sobrino.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1968.

Small square quarto, un paginated (26 pages), more then 40 illustrations printed on glossy stock. Stiff white wrappers with circular cut out, revealing 2 plastic sheets with circular background against a blue background.

   

- First edition. Exhibition was held in november/december 1968. includes short biography + list of exhibited works.

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riley

066. Riley, Bridget / Phillip King - David Thompson - Bryan Robertson (text)

Bridget Riley. Phillip King.

Bochum: Städtische Kunstgalerie Bochum/British Council, 1968.

Quarto, un paginated, (40 pages), 13 plates printed on glossy stock. Printed wrappers with very light discoloration + on front cover a x written in ballpoint next to bridget riley's name.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from 23.X. - 30.XII. 1968.

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graevenitz

067. von Graevenitz, Gerhard.

Gerhard von Graevenitz: Kinetische objekte, lichtobjekte, spielobjekte, grafik, weisse strukturen.

Hannover: Galerie Ernst, 1968.

Small quarto, un paginated, 24 pages, 9 plates. Printed wrappers

   

- First edition. Exhibition from October 29 - November 21, 1968. Text by dieter helms and helmut heiβenbüttel.

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public eye
 

068. Kuttner, Peter - Peter Rautmann.

Public eye: kinetik, konstruktivismus, environments.

Hamburg: Kunsthaus Hamburg, 1968.

Oblong (15 x 36 cm) tabbed catalogue, un paginated (78 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers with black linen spine. Catalog design by Wolfgang Reindel. Light traces of use but overall a very good copy. Kunsthaus Hamburg, 1968. Oblong (15 x 36 cm) tabbed catalogue, un paginated (78 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers with black linen spine. Catalog design by Wolfgang Reindel.

   

- First edition. Catalogue for an exhibition that took place from november 1 - december 1 1968. Participating artists: Jan van den Abbeel, Carla Accardi, Marina Appollonio, Bernard Aubertin, Ueli Berger, Paul Bery, Umberto Bignardi, Hartmut Böhm, Agostino Bonalumi, Vittorio Bonato, Bob Bonies, Stuart Brisley, Keith Bocklehurst, Linde Burkhardt, Francis Carr, Inge Claus-Jansen, Hugo de Clercq, Gianni Colombo, Dadamaino, Chris Dawson, Bruno Demattio, Jan Dibbets, Axel Dick, Her- bert Distel, Angel Duarte, Klaus Geldmacher, Rainer Giese, Kuno Gonschior, Lily Greenham, Dieter Hacker, Axel Heibel, Jorg Heidemann-Harry Kramer-Harald Ortlieb, Ewert Hilgemann, Rudolf kammer, Georg R. Kiefer, Knud Knabe, W.Knoebel (IMI), Werner Kriegelstein, Peter Kuttner, Arnulf Letto, Carsten Lukas, Konrad Lueg, Adolf Luther, Francesco Marotti, Gino Marotta, Don Mason, Jorg Mol- ler, Marcello Morandini, Klaus Muller-Domnick, Gunter Neusel, Arno Opperman, Charlotte Posenens- ke, Barbara Puscke, Wolfgang Reindel, Klaus Rinke, Peter Sedgley, Ed Sommer, Ferdinand Spindel, sultan, Paolo Scheggi, Uwe-York Schluter, Karl-Ludwig Schmaltz, Konrad Schulz, Klaus Staudt, Jorrit Tornquist, Jef Verheyen, Mark Verstockt, Walter Voegeli, Hinnerk Wehberg, Ulla Wiggen, Stephen Willats, Valentino Zini.

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machine

069. Hultén, K. G. Pontus.

The Machine. as seen at the end of the Mechanical Age.

New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1968.

Small quarto, 216 pages, illustrated throughout in black and white, while the last section: Art and Technology' is printed in blue. Embossed, lithographed tin covers, with riveted metal spine. Cover by Anders österlin after photograph by Alicia Legg.

   

- First edition. Catalogue of an exhibition to be held at the Museum of Modern Art, Nov. 25, 1968 - Feb. 9, 1969; University of St. Thomas, Houston, Mar. 25-May 18, 1969 and in San Francisco Museum of Art, June 23-Aug. 24, 1969.

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soto

070. Soto – Clay, Jean (text)

Soto.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1969.

Text in Dutch and French. Quarto, un paginated (32 pages – text in French printed in blue), numerous photographic illustrations printed on glossy stock. Illustrated wrappers with thin cord attached on the inside of the front wrappers, which has a kinetic effect when moved across the vertical lines on the front cover. Design Wim Crouwel, Jolijn van de Wouw (Total Design).

   

- First edition. Exhibition Amsterdam january - 11 february 23, 1969 + Brussels in Paleis voor Schone Kunsten march 6 april 4, 1969. Very nice catalogue being itself a minimal kinetic multiple. Biography, bibliography + list of exhibited works. This copy signed by Soto on front cover.

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boto

071. Boto, Martha - Michel Ragon (text)

Martha Boto.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1969.

Square quarto, un paginated (31 pages) 25 + 8 illustrations printed on glossy stock. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition february 11 - march 20, 1969.

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vardanega

072. Vardanega, Gregorio.

Vardanega.

Paris: Galerie Denise René, 1969.

Square quarto, un paginated (31 pages)numerous illustrations printed on glossy stock. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition february 11 - march 20, 1969.

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rickey

073. Rickey, George.

George Rickey. Mobile Skulpturen.

Berlin: Haus am Waldsee, 1969.

Vorwort Thomas Kempas. Text by Wieland Schmied. Small square quarto, un paginated, (16 text pages) , 19 plates in black and white. Silver colored and illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition of this catalogue of an exhibition held from February 14 -- march 13, 1969 in the Haus am Waldsee, Berlin 14 febbraio - 30 marzo 1969. This copy with handwritten name and tel nr of George Rickey + prices of several of the exhibited works.

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florsheim

 

074. Florsheim, Lilian.

Lilian Florsheim.

Krefeld: Galerie Denise René Hans Mayer, 1969.

Oblong quarto, un paginated (8 pages), 6 plates + portrait of the artist. Black wrappers with perforated holes acros the front cover.

   

- First edition. exhibition from February 22 – march 29, 1969.

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kunst als spiel

075. Grochowiak, Thomas.

Kunst als Spiel, Spiel als Kunst, Kunst zum Spiel.

Recklinghausen: Städtische Kunsthalle recklinghausen, 1969.

Quarto, un paginated, 16 pages, 17 illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Contributions by Yaacov Agam. Siegfried Albrecht, Otmar Alt, Getulio Alviani, Marina Apollonio, Martha Boto, Chargesheimer, Hugo Demarco, Günter Dohr, Gerta Fietzek-Krull, Paul-Julius Geissler, Karl Gestner, Rolf Glasmeier, Friedrich Grabel, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Arnulf Hoffmann, Julio le Parc, Sivert Lindblom, Konrad Lueg, Heinz Mack,Francois Morellet, Raoul de Pesters, otto Piene, Uwe-Yorg Schluter, Nicolas Schöffer, Aleksander Srnec, Sultan, Günter Tollmann, Günther Uecker, Gregorio Vardanega, and Ludwig Wilding.

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alviani

076. Alviani, Getulio.

Alviani.

Basel: Galerie d'Art Moderne, 1969.

Octavo, un paginated, (12 pages), numerous illustrations printe don glossy stock. Printed wrappers.

   

- First edition.  Exhibition from April 18 to May 29, 1969.

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cruz diez

077. Cruz-Diez, Carlos -  Jean Clay (text)

Cruz-Diez et les trois étapes de la couleur moderne.

Paris Editions Denise René, 1969.

Small quarto, 57 pages, illustrated thoughout in black and white and in color. Front cover with square opening that reveals an optical work by Cruz Diez with a silkscreened acetate overlay. Tiny tear in corner of cut out and light soiling otherwise fine. Design Cruz-Diez.

   

- First edition. Exhibition April - May, 1969. This edtion without printed text on front wrapper, also printed on thinner stock + smaller cut out window in front wrapper.

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soto

078. Soto – Clay, Jean (text)

Soto.

Paris: Musee D'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 1969.

Quarto, un paginated, (36 pages), 35 illustrations of which one in color. Illustrated wrappers.  Illustrated wrappers in black and yellow.

   

- First edition. Exhibition June 10 – august 21, 1969. Basically the same exhibition as the one held in Amsterdam. Here with a more elaborate article by Jean Clay.

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objektenshow

 

079. Schwagermann, D. - Cor Blok (introductions)

Kinetische objektenshow. (Kinetic objects show).

Amsterdam: Drukkerij van Soest: 1969.

Text in Dutch and Englisch. Oblong quarto (10,5 x 28 cm), 64 pages with short bio-bibliographies on left hand page and illustrated right hand page. Front cover with optical moving wheels,

   

- First edition of this catalogue published on the o ccasion of a travelling exhibition (Haarlem, De Hallen (Vlees- en Vishal), 1969/06/28-1969/08/25 / Schiedam, Stedelijk Museum, 1969/09/06-1969/10/06 Groningen, Groninger Museum, 1969/10/18-1969/11/24) Artists represented: Woody van Amen, Frans de Boer Lichtveld, Marja de Boer Lichtveld, Peter Cornelisse, Huub Dröge, E.R.G. Eventstructure Research Group, Jeroen Henneman, Frans Hermes, Arie Jansma, Leendert Janzee, Martin Klaeszen, Livinius (van de Bundt), Karel Martens, Willem Marijs, H.J. Mengels, Jan Van Munster, Henk Peeters, Kees Roest, Gust Romijn, Wim T. Schippers, Sikke, Jan Spit, Ray Staakman, Frans Verpoorten, Jos Wong and Johan van Zutphen

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yvaral

080. Yvaral - (Jean-Pierre Vasarely)

Yvaral.
 
Paris: Galerie Denise René,  1969.

Square quarto, un paginated, 28 pages, illustrated throughtout. Front cover with  die cut that reveals underlying composition, creating a kinetic effect.

   

- First edition. Exhibition November – December 1969.

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vasarely

081. Vasarely, Victor.

Vasarely. Collages, tapijten, reliefs, sculpturen, transparanten, zeefdrukken.

Amsterdam: Bijenkorf /Galerie Denise Rene, 1970.

Illustrated folded folio (27  x 21 cm) with loosely laid in a silk screen print on transparent acetate. Near mint.

   

- First edition. Exhibition on the occasion of the 100 anniversary of 'De Bijenkorf'. The exhibit was held in Amsterdam, Arnhem and the Hague form june 19 – august 29, 1970.

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schwedische kunst

082. (Swedish art)

Licht Objekt Bewegung Raum. Schwedische Kunst heute.

Nürnberg: Kunsthalle Nürnberg 1970.

Introduction by Dietrich Mahlow, Karl Ruhrberg and Uwe M. Schneede. Square octavo, un paginated (50 pages printed on different colored stock - one fold out page) illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Small rectangular discoloration to top of front wrapper, otherwise very good.

   
- First edition. Exhibitions 16.1.-22.2.1970, Kunsthalle Nürnberg am Marientor ; 3.3.-1.4.1970, Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf ; 15.4.-24.5.1970, Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart. Participating artists: Lars Englund, Sivert Lindblom, Ulrik Samuelson, öyvind Fahlström, Per Olof Ultvedt, Eric H. Olson, Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd.

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bury

083. Bury, Pol

Pol Bury.

Berkeley: University Art Museum, 1970.

Intro by Thomas M. Messer, Interview with Peter Selz, and texts by Eugene Ionesco, André Balthazar, and excerpts from Bury's writings.Tall octavo, 64 pages, 27 illustrations, 4 of which in color. Yellow illustrated wrappers. Wrappers with light discoloration towards spine, former owner's stamp, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. One of 5000 copies, complete with addenda slip inserted. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the University Art Museum, Berkeley held from Apr. 28-May 31, 1970. The exhibition travelled further more to the Walker Art, University of Iowa, , the Arts club of Chicago, the Institue of Arts at Rice and was finally shown in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum from Apr. 15-June 6, 1971.

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goepfert

084. Goepfert, Hermann - Rochus Kowallek - Peter Iden - Hannes Reuther.

Goepfert.

Frankfurt am Main: H & K Verlag W. Hund, D. Kuhn, 1970.

Quarto, 92 pages, illustrated throughout, with some color and fold out plates. Illustrated paper over boards. Illustrated dust wrappers. Wrappers, with small piece missing, one tear and some waterdamage, but the book is - except for the dust wrappers - in fine condition.

   

- First edition. reproducing " 5 Donnerstag-Manifeste" (with Bazon Brock) Aktionen an der Hauptwache in Frankfurt am Main, 1962. 4 of these manifestoes are reproduced here on different colored stock. Reproduced also letters from Verheyen, Uecker, Manzoni, Fontana to Goepfert. includes 'werkverzeichnis'.

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morellet

085. Morellet, François - Gassiot-Talabot, Gérard (text)

François Morellet. Nr. 34 della serie della quadrato a cura di Vanni Scheiwiller in collaborazione con Cenobio – Visualita Ass.

Milano: Vanni Scheiwiller, 1971.

Small square duodecimo, 58 pages with frontispiece photograph + 15 plates, one of which in color. Illustrated wrappers. Original protective crystal wrappers. Near mint.

   

- First edition. One of 1000 numbered copies.

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wilding

086. Wilding, Ludwig.

Ludwig Wilding. Multiples + Singles der Jahre 1965-1970

Köln: Galerie Wilbrand 1971. Square octavo, 31 pages, numerous illustartions in black and white. Illustrated wrapeprs + Silkscreended acetate wrappers creating a kinetic effect.

   

- First edition. Text: Jürgen Wißmann

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riley

087. Riley, Bridget - Karl Ruhrberg, Wieland Schmied, Bryan Robertson (texts)

Bridget Riley.

Düsseldorf: Städtische Kunsthalle, 1971.

Small square quarto, 106 pages, 43 illustrations, 4 of which in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition took place from march 12 - april 11, 1971. Includes biography, bibliography and list of exhibitions + list of exhibited works.

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colombo

088. Colombo, Gianni.

Gianni Colombo. Objekte: Licht Raum Bewegung.

Graz: Neue Galerie am landesmuseum Joanneum, 1971.

Introduction by Wilfried Skreiner and Umbro Apollonio. Square quarto, un paginated, (36 pages), frontispiece portrait and 17 plates of which one in color and a fold out center fold. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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geipel

089. Geipel, Hans – Franke, H. W. (text)

Kinetische Objekte Multiples.

N.p.: self published, 1971.  

Small quarto, 31 pages, illustrated throughout in black and white and in color. Silver colored and black illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition September 1971.

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cruz diez

090. Cruz-Diez, Carlos.

Physichromies - Couleur Additive -  Induction Chromatique – Chromointerferences.

New York: Galerie Denise Rene, 1971.

Quarto, un paginated (20 pages), illustrated in black and white and in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition november 1971.

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tsai

091. Tsai.

sculptures cybernetiques environment.

Paris: Galerie Denise,1972.

Text in French and English. Quarto, (28 pages), 9 plates (2 plates printed on heavy stock). Illustrated silver colored wrappers.

   

- First edition. Short biography and list of exhibitions.

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bury

092. Bury, Pol.

Pol Bury. Balthazar Andre and Wieland Schmied (ed.)

Hannover: Kestner-Gesellschaft, 1972.

Square quarto, 144 pages, printed on glossy white stock and brown kraft. illustrated wrappers.Just the slightest traces of use. Near fine.

   

- First edition of this catalogue published on the occasion of an exhibition held in the Stadtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf from november 1971 until february 20, 1972. This copy signed by Bury on title page. Texts by Wieland Schmied, Pol Bury, Andre Balthazar, Petr Seltz, Eugene Ionesco, Rogier Bordier, and others. Includes biography + bibliography.

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leparc

093. Le Parc, Julio - Jurgen Harten, Karl Ruhrberg (ed.)

Recherches. 1959 - 1971.

Düsseldorf: Städtische Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, 1972.

Quarto, 96 pages, illustrated throughout in color and in black and white (4 fold-out pages). Half cloth and illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhbition from january 21 - february 27, 1972 + traveled to Berlin, the 'Haus am Waldsee' from march 17 - april 30, 1972. The catalogue is divided in the following chapters: Surface - Surface-couleur - Reliefs - Continuels-mobiles - Deplacement - Contorsions - Lumière - Lumière puisante, Lumière-projections - Salle de jeu/Mouvement-surprise - Salle de jeu/Lunettes - Salle de jeu/Miroirs - Salle de jeu - Jeux enquêtes - Maquettes + Enquete générale. furthermore repoduced documents, biography in images, list of exhibition and list of exhibited works. This copy signed by Le Parc on title page.

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geiger

094. Geiger, Rupprecht - Helmut Heibüttel.

Geiger. Kunst heute 27.

Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1972.

Oblong octavo, 57 pages, tipped in portrait of Geiger in frontispiece, numerous illustrations among which 15 color plates. Grey printed cloth. Original wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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agam

095. Agam, Yaacov.

Yaacov Agam. With an introductory poem by Willem Sandberg. Cat. nr 538.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1973.

Quarto, 32 pages, illustrated throughout, 3 color illustrations, one of which double page. Illustrated wrappers. Wrappers lighlty soiled. Design Wim Crouwel, Daphne Duijvelshoff (Total design).

   

- First edition of this catalogue published on the occasion of an exhibition held from 26.1 - 25.3 1973.

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bury

096. Bury, Pol.

Pol Bury. 25 tonnes de colonnes. Photographs Clovis Prévost.

Paris: Fondation Maeght, 1973.

Small square quarto, 83 of which 5 fold out pages.+ 8 un numbered pages, Illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Former owner's stamp, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Catalogue published in conjunction with an exhibition held in the Palais des Beaux Arts in Bruxelles from mars 20 - april 15, 1973 and from mai 9 - june 27 1973 in the Museum Boymans van Beuningen.

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wilding

097. Wilding Ludwig - Herzogenrath Wulf (intr.)

Ludwig Wilding. räumliche irritationen: optische interferenzen. perspektivische täuschungen.

Köln: Kölnischer Kunstverein, 1973.

Quarto, 98 pages, numerous illustrations + with original silkscreened acetate inserted on page 17. Illustrated wrappers. Some very light smudges on front wrapper, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition of this catalogue for an exhibition held october 20 . november 1973. 1960. Loosely laid in invitation from galerie falazik for an exhibition to be held in november 1973 - january 1974.

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bonalumi

098. Bonalumi - Palazzoli, Daniela (introduction)

Bonalumi.

Krefeld: Galerie und Edition Merian, 1973.

Quarto, 20 pages. frontispiece portrait of the artist + 11 plates in black and white. Printed and blind stamped front cover.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from 14. 12. 1973 - 4. 2. 1974.

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nachi

099. Nachi, Tomitaro – Umbro Appolonio (introduction)

Tomitaro Nachi.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum. 1974. Quarto, un paginated, (20 pages) 35 illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition 25.1. - 10.3.1974. loosely laid in anoriginal ‘paper work’ by Tomitaro Nachi.

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multipli

100. Grochowiak, Thomas.

Multiples / Multipli.

Zagreb: Galerija suvremene umjetnosti, 1974.

Small square quarto, unpaginated, 72 illustrations. Silvercoored typographic wrappers. Very fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from 10 - 27 january 1974. Exhibiting works by Rainer Bergmann, Peter Konitz, Herman S. Richter, Hartmut Böhm, Viktor Bonato, Gunter Dohr, Rolf Glasmeier, Friedrich Grasel, Otto Herbert Hajek, Hans Wolfgang Lingemann, Erwin Heerich, Alfons Huppi, Wolfgang Ludwig, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Erich Reusch, K.L. Schmaltz, Ferdinand Spindel, Gunter Tollmann, Günter Uecker, Wolf Vostell, Gunter Weseler, Ludwig Wilding and Lambert Marija Wintersberger.

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maldonado

101. Maldonado, Estuardo - Guido Montana (text)

Estuardo Maldonado.

Brescia: edizioni ARSER, (1974).

Text in Italian and English. Thin square quarto, 8 pages, 9 illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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vasarely

102. Vasarely, Victor - Marcel Joray (ed.)

Vasarely. Plastic Arts of the 20th Century series.

Neuchatel: Editions Du Griffon, 1969.

Translated from the French by Haakon Chevalier. Design and lay-out by Vasarely. Quarto, 194 pages, 197 illustrations printed on different stock, while some pages have been printed on vellum + bound in portfolio with 5 reproduced prints + five loosely inserted silk screen overlays printed on acetate. Green printed cloth. Illustrated wrappers. Mint.

   

- Third edition. Includes list of exhibitions, biographical notes, bibliography, and catalogue of works.

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vasarely

103. Vasarely, Victor - Marcel Joray (ed.)

Vasarely III. Plastic Arts of the 20th Century series.

Neuchatel: Editions Du Griffon, 1974.

Translated from the French by Haakon Chevalier. Design and lay-out by Vasarely. Quarto, 243 pages, numerous illustrations printed on different stock, while some pages have been printed on vellum. White printed cpaper over boards. Illustrated wrappers. Tiny chafing towards bottom of spine, otherwise very fine.

   

- First edition.

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tomasello

104. Tomasello, Luis – Saul Yurkievich (text)

Tomasello: recent works.

New York: Galerie Denise René, 1973.

Quarto, un paginated (30 pages), 25 illustrations of which 3 in color.  Decorated wrappers. Front wrapper with 100 small square holes, that, while moved reflect toward the edges the red and green squares that have been silkscreened on the inside of the front cover.

   

- First edition. Exhibition May 1973. Text by Yurkievich: ‘The chromatic reflection’.

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schoffer

105. Schöffer, Nicolas.

Nicolas Schöffer.

Paris: Extrait de CIMAISE no 117-118, mai-juin-juillet-aout, 1974.

Text in French and English. Quarto, un paginated (16 pages), 22 illustrations among which 2 color illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition of this off-print. Texts by Jean-Jaques Léveque and Nicolas Schöffer.

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schoffer

106. Schöffer, Nicolas - Eléonore de Lavandeyra - Bernadette Contensou (texts)

Nicolas Schöffer.

Paris: Musée d'Art Moderne, (1974).

Small square quarto, un paginated (32 pages), 15 illustrations 6 of which in color. Illustrated wrappers with illustrated front cover fold in flap.

   

- First edition. Includes artists' statements, biography, list of films, bibliography and list of exhibited works.

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chryssa

107. Chryssa - Sam Hunter.

Chryssa. Kunst heute 22.

Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1974.

Oblong octavo, 75 pages, numerous illustrations among which 12 in color. Grey printed cloth. Original wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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graevenitz

108. von Graevenitz, Gerhard.

Gerhard Von Graevenitz.

Kiel: Kunsthalle Zu Kiel, 1975.

Square quarto, un paginated, (more then 120 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustated wrappers. Catalogue designed by von Graeventiz.

   

- First edition. Catalogue for exhibitions held in the Kunsthalle Zu Kiel; Kunstverein Bremerhaven; Wurttembergischer Kunstverein; Stuttgart Karl-Ernst-Osthaus-Museum, Hagen and in the Kunsthalle Bielefeld during 1974/75. With a loosely laid in folded list with exhibited works.

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alviani

109. Orlando, Ruggero - Alviani, Getulio.

Libro d'ore / 3 cromogrammi.

Pollenza-Macerata: La Nuova Foglio Editrice, 1975.

collana altro / a cura di magdalo mussio alviani Squarish duodecimo, un paginated (72 pages), with 3 'cromogrammi'. Printed black wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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passoni
 

110. Passoni, Franco - Fronzoni. A. G.


Arte e materie plastiche.


Milano: Industria Pubblicazioni Audiovisivi 1975.

Large quarto, 147 pages with 120 color illustrations. Printed black shiny wrappers + printed black shiny dust wrappers. The book is kept in a plastic box (37,5 x 37,5 cm) with in and outward beveled edges. In original polystyrene box that fits into a black ‘polionda’ (corrugated plastic) box. Book and plastic box in mint condition. Design by A.G. Fronzoni.

   

- First edition. One of 1000 numbered copies. Particularly interesting not onlybecause of the wonderful book and container design by Fronzoni but als because of the fact that many ‘kinetic’ artists used plastics for their sculptures and/ or kinetic objects. Illustrated are works by Peter Alexander, Arman, Angelo Bertolo, Max Bill, Denis Byng, Enrico Baj, Giacomo Balla, Bruce Beasly, Harmut Bohm, Arturo Bonfanti, Agostino Bonalumi, Martha Boto, Alberot Burri, Aldo, Calo, Mino Calos, Franco Camilla, Giovanno Campus, Carmello Capello, Bruno Caraceni, Cesra, John Chamberlain, Christo, Gianni Colombo, Toni Costa, Carlos Cruz.Diez, Dadamaino, Eugenio Degani, Demarco, Juras Dobrovic, Jean Dubuffet, Marcel Duchamp, Florsheim, Farhi, Naumann Gabor, Frank Gallo, Horacio Garcia Rossi, Rico Genovese, Karl Gerstner, Piero Gilardi, Paul Julius Geissler, Sara Holt, Edward Kienholz, Giovanni Korompay, Lorenzo Indrimi, Leroy Lamas, Ugo La Pietra, Julio Le Pärchen, Paolo Levi-Montalcini, Luxuriös, Mack, Man Ray, Enzo Maria, Gino Marotte, Franco Mazzucchelli, Moholy-Nagy, Sante Monachesi, Henry Moore, Bruno Munari Claus Oldenburg, Victor Pastoren, Luc Peire, Louisa Nevelson, Antoine Pevsner, Gio Pomodoro, Uli Pohl, Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Regina, Nicolas Schoffer, Sobrino, Ed Sommer, Rafael Jesus Solo, Paul Talman, Norris Tornquist, Vladimir Tatlin, Janosch Urban, Edwin Valentine, Georges Vantongerloo, Victor Vasarely, Grazia Varisco.

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e mouvement
 

111. René, Denise.

Le Mouvement. The Movement. Paris: Avril 1955. Agam, Bury, Calder, Duchamp, Jacobsen, Soto, Tinguely, Vasarely.

Paris: Editions Denise René, 1975.

Large square folio, 44 pages, 85 illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Text contributions by Roger Bordier, Denise René, Louis Paul Favre, Yaccov Agam, Dore Ashton (on Pol Bury), Pol Bury, Jean Paul Sartre (on Calder's mobiles), Robert Lebel (on Duchamp), Claude-Louis Bernard (on Jacobsen), Alfred Boulton (on Soto), Hulten (on Tinguely) and Vasarely.

Loosely laid in the folded exhibition poster (89 x 62 cm un folded), reproducing several strips of "Le Mouvement", a film directed by Pontus Hulten and Robert Breer in 1955 during the first 'Le Mouvement' show in gallery Denise René.

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colombo

112. Colombo, Gianni.

Gianni Colombo. Kinetische Objekte, Strukturen und Raume.

Leverkusen: Städtische Museum Leverkusen Schloβ Morsbroich, 1975.

Small quarto, un paginated (68 pages), 93 illustrations. Typographic wrappers. Wrappers partly discolored and lightly soiled.

   

- First edition. Exhibited in Schloβ Morsbroich from 14.11 - 28.12 1975, in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden from 9.1. - 22.2 1976 and in the Staatliche Kunsthalle Kiel from 7.3 - 11.4 1976.

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rickey

113. Rickey, George.

Kinetische Objekte - Material und Technik.

Bielefeld: Kunsthalle Bielefeld, 1976.

Small quarto, 64 pages, illustrated throughout. printed silver colored wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from april 11 - mai 16, 1976. Includes list of exhibited works.

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tinguely

114. Tinguely, Jean.

‘Tinguely’ Iolas New York - Tokyo - Milano - Gene ve - Paris - Brazzaville - Melbourne...

Milano: Alexander Iolas Gallery, (1976).

Photographs by Miriam Inguely and ‘Shunk et Kender’. Small quarto. 20 stapled and illustrated pages printed in heliogravure and printed on heavy stock. Wrapped in a brown printed envelope that is glued to the spine of the catalogue.

   

- First edition. The text printed on the brown envelope prints:’ Ex: Tinguely c/o Iolas 3 Via Rossini Milano’, while there is a stamp of Ioalas Gallery Milano on the rear. Exhibited works:1) Isidor III 2) M.K. III 3) Eos III 4) Eos IX 5) Antarès 6) Célèbes 7) Anti-stable : Nikator 8) Revolver 9) Eos VIII 10) Bascule VI 11) Spiral III 12) Metamecanique XII 13) Santana III
14) Variation IV.

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agam

115. Agam, Yaacov - Günter Metgen.

Agam. Kunst heute 23.

Stuttgart: Gerd Hatje, 1977.

Oblong octavo, 79 pages, 102 illustrations among which 18 in color. Grey printed cloth. Original wrappers. In original publishers shrink wrap.

   
- First edition and first German monograph on Vasarely in the series 'Kunst Heute' edited by Werner Spies.

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graevenits

116. von Graevenitz, Gerhard.

kinetisch objekt-environment. Cat. 613.

Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum, 1977.

White printed envelope conatining 6 text pages + one large white printed and folded sheet (11,5 x 22 cm folded + 84 x 44 cm unfolded). Envelope lightly soiled.

   

- First edition. Exhibition held from january 28 - 13 march 1977. Includes biography, list of exhibitions + selected bibliography. SM. 1977 No. 613.

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colombo

117. Colombo, Gianni - Belloli, Carlo.

Gianni Colombo - proposte di interventi ambientali: spazio come azione ludoplastica polisensoriale.

Milano: Arte Struktura. 1978.

Square duodecimo, 16 pages, 5 illustrations. Printed wrappers.

   

- First edition.

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morandini

118. Morandini, Marcello - Winfried Skreiner - Hans Heinz Holz (texts)

Marcello Morandini. Skulpturen, Strukturen, Zeichnungen

Bochum/Graz: Museum Bochum/Kunstlerhaus, 1978.

Quarto, un paginated (80 pages), illustrated throughout. Illustrated paper over boards.

   

- First edition. Published on the occasion of exhibit in Graz from september 7 - october 1, 1978 and in Bochum from october 21 - november 26, 1978.

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bury

119. Bury, Pol - Anne Tronche (text)

Pol Bury.

Liège: Musée Saint-Georges, 1979.

Small quarto, 59 pages, illustrated in black and white and in color. Illustrated wrappers. Former owner's stamp, otherwise fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition held from april 28 - june 10, 1979.

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alviani

120. Alviani, Getulio - Fenz, Werner and Christa Steinle (ed.)

Getulio Alviani. Texts by Umbro Apollonio and Getulio Alvani.

Graz: Neue Galerie am Landesmuseum Joanneum, 1979.

Text in German. Quarto, 63 pages, illustrated thoughout of which 3 color plates. Illustrated wrappers. Near fine.

   

- First edition. Published on the occasion of an exhibition held in the Landesmuseum Joanneum from 29. 5. - 24. 6. 1979, with short biography exhibition list and bibliography.

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soto

121. Soto, Jésus Raphael - Jean Clay (text)

Soto. Oeuvres Actuelles.

Paris: Musee D'Art Moderne de la Ville De Paris, 1979.

Square quarto, un paginated (36 pages), 35 illustrations, one of which in color. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from april 25 - june 11, 1979.

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rickey

122. Rickey, George - Wieland Schmied (intr.)

George Rickey. Skulpturen, Material, Technik. Text in German and English.

Berlin: Amerika Haus / Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD, 1979.

Tall quarto, 72 pages, numerous illustrations in black and white. Printed black wrappers.

   

- First edition. Exhibition took place from april 27 - june 9, 1979.

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bury

123. Bury, Pol.

Pol Bury. Oeuvres de 1963 a 1978.

Paris: Musée d'Arles, 1979.

Small quarto, 72 pages, 18 plates + numerous documentary + biographical photographs. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. Catalogue published on the occasion of an exhibition held in july-august 1979 in the 'Salles Romanes du Cloitre de Saint-Trophine'. Includes biography.

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megert

124. Megert, Christian - Karl Heinz Hering(intr.) - Eugen Gomringer (Eine Rede für...)

Christian Megert. Werke 1956-1978. Bilder, Objekte, Zeichnungen.

Düsseldorf: Kunstverein fur die Rheinlande und Westphalen, 1979.

Text in German. Quarto, un paginated (72 pages), numerous plates + text illustrations. Illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. This copy signed by Christian Megert on title page.

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haese

125. Haese, Gunter - Peter Reindl - Jens Christian Jensen (intr.)

Gunter Haese: Plastische Werke.

Oldenburg: Landesmuseum Oldenburg, 1982. Folio, 48 pages, illustrated throughout. Illustrated wrappers. Fine.

   

- First edition. Exhibition Oldenburg 25.11 1981 - 61. 1982; Leopold Hoesch Museum Duren 21.3 1982 - 2.5. 1982 and in the Kestner Museum Hannover from 19.5 1982 - 27.6. 1982.

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graevenitz

126. von Graevenitz, Gerhard.

Gerhard von Graevenitz.

Otterlo: Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, 1984.

Text in Dutch and German. Quarto, 164 pages, numerous illustrations. Illustrated wrappers. Faint small fold on front wrapper. Design by Pieter Brattinga.

   

- First edition. Introduction by Rudi Oxenaar. Chronology by Antje von Graevenitz. Interview with frans Haks. Texts by Kenneth Martin, Laszlo Gloser, and Jürgen Morschel.

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geiger

127. Geiger, Rupprecht - Peter Klaus Schuster.

Rupprecht Geiger.

München: Prestel, 1988.

Large quarto, 192 pages, 32 photographic illustrations, 11 plates of which 97 in color, 32 illustrationsof which 16 in color. Colored paper over boards and original printed glassine. Near mint.

   

- First edition. Contributions by Rolf Gunter Dienst, Rupprecht Geiger, Eugen Gomringer, Helmut Heißenbüttel, Dieter Honisch, Max Imdahl and Peter Klaus Schuster. Includes catalogue of paintings and drawings 1947-1987. Exhibition list and bio- bibliography.

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morellet

128. Morellet, François.

Interventionen.

Münster: Westfälischen Landesmuseum, 1989.

Quarto, 84 pages, illustrated throughout with black and white and color images. Illustrated wrappers. Mint.

   

- First edition. Exhibition in the Westfälischen Landesmuseum für Kunst und Kulturgeschichte Münster from 23.4. - 11.6.1989. This copy signed on title page by Francois Morellet.

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wilding

129. Grochowiak, Thomas (ed.)

Poesie durch Material - Licht und Bewegung. 26 Objekt-Künstler aus der Bundesrepublik Deutschland.

Marl: Skulpturenmuseum Glaskasten, 1990.

Small quarto, 94 pages, numerous illustrations. Wrappers with kinetic front cover by Ludwig Wilming. Mint.

   

- First edition. Exhibition from January 28 – March 4, 1990. Among the participating artists:  Hermann Goepfert, Gerhard von Gravenitz, Günther Haese, Erwin Heerich, Alfonso Hüppi, Harry Kramer, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Otto Piene, Uli Pohl, Günther Uecker, Ludwig Wilding.

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le parc

130. Le Parc. Julio - Jean-Louis Pradel.

Julio Le Parc.

Cernusco sul Naviglio: Edizioni d’Arte Severgnini, 1995.

Text in French. Printed black clam shell box (33 x 22, 8 x 4,2) containing a folio sized monograph, 408 pages illustrated in color and black and white. Glossy illustrated wrappers.

   

- First edition. One of 200 copies with 4 original signed silk screen prints, each signed and numbered in pencil by Julio Le Parc.

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